Department of Health allocates €7 million for antimicrobial resistance and infection prevention & control

  16 April 2019

Minister for Health Simon Harris TD has today welcomed an allocation of €7 million for antimicrobial resistance (AMR) measures in the health service.

Minister Harris said the funding will be used for infection prevention and control teams in both acute hospitals and community care settings in 2019. This includes €2 million allocated in 2018 and a further €5 million for 2019

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